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Admissions

After an exciting start to the school year, our admissions season is now underway.  The best way to learn about Brookwood is to visit campus, and there are many opportunities to do so throughout the year.  We look forward to seeing you at one of our Fall Open Houses (November 14 and 18) and Open Classrooms (December 4).  Call our office to register or schedule your individual visit today, 978-526-4500.

 

Welcome to Brookwood! I am thrilled you’re interested in learning more about our dynamic school community.

Deciding to send your child to an independent or private school such as Brookwood is a wise investment in your child's education and future. Research shows that no period of learning is of greater significance than the quality of education a child receives during his or her elementary and middle school years, that all important time between the ages of 4 and 14. Brookwood’s signature program, one of breadth and balance, offers rigorous academics as well as the personal recognition and nurturing that best meets what research shows students at these ages need most. 
Click to read our philosophy: The New Face of Rigor.

I invite and encourage you to visit Brookwood in person to experience first-hand our community in which each student is individually recognized, celebrated and challenged.  In addition to scheduling an individual visit, there are a number of events and opportunities throughout the school year that I encourage you to attend as you learn more about Brookwood.

We know questions can arise during the admissions process.  Please know we are here to help, don’t hesitate contacting us at any point along the way.  We look forward to meeting you and your children.

Warm regards,
Lindsay C. Murphy
Director of Admissions
(978) 526-4500 x6204
LMurphy@Brookwood.edu

Admission to Brookwood School is based on academic and personal qualifications.  The School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, ethnicity, family structure, gender identity, sexual orientation, or religion in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, or athletic and other school-administered programs.